EU wraps Facebook, Twitter and Google for inaction on fake news

By |marec 1st, 2019|Action plan on disinformation, Andrus Ansip, code of practice on disinformation, disinformation, ENISA, EU elections 2019, Facebook, fake news, Google, Guy Verhofstadt, Julian King, Mariya Gabriel, News, Twitter, Věra Jourová|

Online platforms are failing to make sufficient progress in the fight against disinformation, the European Commission warned on Thursday (28 December). As the European elections draw closer, the EU cybersecurity agency ENISA has called for national legislation in the fight against fake news.

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Ansip uncovered: Commission Vice-President on disinformation, Huawei, copyright

By |januar 23rd, 2019|Action plan on disinformation, Andrus Ansip, Ansip, copyright, copyright directive, copyright reform, Digital Single Market, disinformation, Estonia, EU elections 2019, fake news, Huawei, Julian King, Michel Barnier, News, Russia|

EURACTIV's Digital Editor, Samuel Stolton, sat down with Vice-President of the European Commission, Andrus Ansip, to speak about his recent decision to stand as an MEP, disinformation, 'those' Huawei comments and the difficulties with the copyright dir...

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2019 LOOKAHEAD: Towards a ‘Techno-ethics’

By |januar 3rd, 2019|2019 Lookahead, 5G, Action plan on disinformation, AI, Apple, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, Bruno Le Maire, Cambridge Analytica, copyright, copyright directive, copyright reform, digital tax, disinformation, ethics, EU digital tax, Facebook, fake news, GAFA, Google, Internet Research Agency, killer robots, laws, Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems, Lookahead, News, Russian trolls, Sebastian Kurz, techlash, Tim Cook, Troll factory, trolley problem, wifi|

2019 is likely to prove the dawn of a 'Techno-ethics' in which consumers will expect their rights to be respected in the digital realm as they are in everyday life and legislators will oblige tech giants to play by the same rules as the wider industry.

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Some EU leaders are the “origin of fake news”, says Juncker

By |december 14th, 2018|Action plan on disinformation, Brexit, disinformation, fake news, Jean-Claude Juncker, juncker, News|

Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker condemned Hungary's leader Viktor Orbán on Friday (14 December), accusing him of spreading fake news in relation to the UK's decision to withdraw from the EU. The comments came as EU leaders banded together to combat the spread of disinformation in the run up to the 2019 European elections.

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